Where is it:
The region encompasses Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow, as well as the countryside around the Clyde River following it out to the coast, or south towards the UNESCO site of New Lanark.
Visit Glasgow’s many attractions, like the Kelvingrove, Mackintosh sites, and Glasgow Green, and use the city as a jumping board for the nearby Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park or Ayrshire & Arran to the west. Glasgow also has a major international airport so it is worth looking into as your first stop in Scotland.
Top things for families:
Green spaces in Glasgow, the Kelvingrove Art Gallery And Museum, and the interactive Glasgow Science Centre. Lots of great foodie options with something to suit everyone!
Glasgow: Scotland’s larger and grittier city, with a thriving music scene, lots of fantastic places to eat, museums to explore and green spaces to relax in.
Music Scene: Glasgow has long been heralded for its music scene, thanks to its many great venues, and as the location of the Celtic Connections music festival which takes place every January.
Mackintosh: Charles Rennie Mackintosh was a designer and architect who pioneered a unique style in Glasgow in the 19th century. Many of the buildings he designed can still be found around Glasgow, and his work is available to see in several museums and sites as well.